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1) Wyoming U.S. Representative Liz Cheney has introduced a bill that would levy a fee of $150 to individuals or groups that file a protest to plans to lease or drill on federal land. Cheney says the protests slow down the permitting process which hurts the Wyoming economy. The fees would hit hunters and conservation groups particularly hard, since they file protests to protect hunting and wildlife.
Should new fees be levied against groups that file protests over leasing or drilling plans?
2) The state of Minnesota had outlawed the wearing of clothes, buttons, or hats with political messages on them at polling places. The Supreme Court overturned the law, saying it was overbroad.
Should Wyoming allow people to wear items with political messages at polling places?

A gunman injured a teen and shot a man in a pair of carjacking attempts Sunday, before being killed by a bystander outside a Washington state Walmart store.

Several Road Openings as Containment Climbs to 85 Percent

Posted 6-18-18, U.S. Forest Service -- The U.S. Forest Service released the following update on the Badger Creek Fire: Current Situation: On Sunday, firefighters placed an increased emphasis on safety. Rain across the fire area mitigated some of the threat from the...

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With construction complete, Casper’s public plaza expands and grows

By Elysia Conner, Casper Star Tribune
CASPER– A crowd listened to the band on stage at the south end of the new downtown plaza during last Thursday’s Casper Art Walk. Kids splashed in the fountain on the other side. People strolled through the walkways between and took in a photography show while volunteers poured beer at David Street Station.
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New England artists living in Big Horn, relishing experiences

By Karla Pomeroy, The Sheridan Press
SHERIDAN —  Dianne Panarelli Miller had just returned from a business trip to Ireland when her phone rang. She was thinking about her next artistic project. On the other end of the line, Claudia Post had the answer: living and painting with several other plein air artists in Wyoming for the month of June. 
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Terry Bison Ranch Gives Back

By Terilyn Cuff, KGWN
CHEYENNE– Cheyenne is a community known for supporting great causes and giving back- and the Terry Bison Ranch is having a share in one of their own. Terry Bison Ranch was recently brought an orphaned bison born last fall in North Dakota to get accustomed to climate and elevation, sounds and smells, all with the goal of putting the bison up for an auction in November. 
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Father’s rights supporters rally in Cheyenne

By Doug Randall, KGAB
CHEYENNE – Supporters of father’s right rallied in Cheyenne on Friday. Event co-organizer Arthur Cook said that while mothers occasionally don’t get a fair shake in child custody fights, the numbers show fathers overwhelmingly are treated unfairly. Cook said the goal of the rally is to make sure everyone gets treated fairly “because that overwhelmingly isn’t happening now.”  Click here for more

American Legion hosts 100th state convention, celebrates centennial

By Kristine Galloway, Wyoming Tribune Eagle
CHEYENNE — A century ago, Frank Bowen signed up in Paris to be one of the first members of the American Legion. Today, his son, Jerrold “Jerry” Bowen is the commander of Cheyenne’s American Legion Post 6. He’s helping celebrate the organization’s local centennial, which is part of a celebration that will last more than a year. 
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USDA Launches Interactive Map of Opioid Epidemic Resources

Posted 6-18-18, USDA (WASHINGTON) -- Assistant to the Secretary for Rural Development Anne Hazlett unveiled a new interactive feature on the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) rural opioid misuse webpage. Now webpage visitors can use an interactive map...

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Changes at EWC during construction

Posted 6-18-18, Eastern Wyoming College (TORRINGTON) -- Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington has announced that construction on the remainder of Pinnacle Bank Drive (which is the loop driveway that runs directly in front of the Tebbet building main entrance and the...

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UW Extension Offers Free Tax Course

Posted 6-18-18, University of Wyoming (LARAMIE) -- Ever wonder how sales and property taxes are determined and why they differ from county to county? A new course by the University of Wyoming Extension community development team walks curious citizens through the...

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1) A judge in California has ruled that Starbucks and other coffee companies have to post a cancer warning, because a chemical used in the bean roasting process is a known carcinogen. The coffee industry is fighting back, saying the amount of the carcinogen is too small to cause harm. They say they can’t remove the chemical without affecting the taste.
Should new fees be levied against groups that file protests over leasing or drilling plans?
2) The federal government, including Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who is from Montana, is considering blocking gold mining from the mountains just north of Yellowstone National Park, citing concerns about the impact on the environment. Mining companies say they have been working in the area for years and the impact of new mines would be minimal.
Should Wyoming allow people to wear items with political messages at polling places?

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